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March 10, 2010

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Alan_Hamilton

Well made points as always Ollie. A responsibilty that many of us are already carrying and a conversation that many more are starting to have.

Nick Hood

Brilliant article, OB, well argued. I would agree with your assessment that internet safety is the responsibility of all in education but would question how far that responsibility extends when external agencies prevent (block) us from implementing it?

Jill Fever

Love the picture of the kid with the helmet. I suspect internet safety will be a discussion for many, many years (as it has been for many, many years). More and more children are online now and sadly, without proper supervision.

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